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Message #1 Posted by Johnny Bjoern Rasmussen on 19 Sept 2002, 6:57 a.m.

Look what I found on HP's homepage:

http://www.hp.com/cposupport/manindex/hp10bbusin20038_eng_man.html

(HP-10B manual in PDF-format)

I don't seem to see any other manuals...

Re: HP-10B PDF manual OTHERS TOO (only business)
Message #2 Posted by Johnny Bjoern Rasmussen on 19 Sept 2002, 7:08 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Johnny Bjoern Rasmussen

Well - there seems to be some other manuals, only for business calculators though...

I only wish for the manuals for the rest of the shebang...

Re: HP-10B PDF manual WHY NOT SCI's?
Message #3 Posted by Johnny Bjoern Rasmussen on 19 Sept 2002, 7:23 a.m.,
in response to message #2 by Johnny Bjoern Rasmussen

We technicians also miss a manual now and then. Not only business people needs PDF-manuals from HP ;-)

Re: HP-10B PDF manual WHY NOT SCI's?
Message #4 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 19 Sept 2002, 5:26 p.m.,
in response to message #3 by Johnny Bjoern Rasmussen

I sometimes loose all may text when trying to get back from an error... I'll write again.

Try this link and the Product Support for each calcualtor will lead you to another page; at the right side of each calculator's picture, yóu'll find a link to Manual. Go there and you can donlad it.

I tried both HP32SII (Portuguese and Spanish, only) and the HP39G (English only). It worked fine.

Hope it helps. Success.

Re: 12C Manual on HP site...NOT!
Message #5 Posted by Scuba Diver on 20 Sept 2002, 6:51 p.m.,
in response to message #4 by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil)

Have you noticed on eBay that many sellers of 12C calculators claim that the manual is available for free via download from HP? They're even nice enough to provide the link!

They may want to take 2 seconds to actually check the link out...HP provides the Solutions Guide for the 12C via download, but not the manual!!

The solutions guide provides ZERO information on the calculator basics...

I guess one person did it ages ago, and now everyone else is copying them...it's as if they're all a bunch of lemmings!!

I think I need a beer! TGIF!B.

Re: 12C Manual on HP site...NOT!
Message #6 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 20 Sept 2002, 11:10 p.m.,
in response to message #5 by Scuba Diver

Hi;

you can find both: Manual do Usuário e Guia de Programação da HP12C (Portuguese; usefull for less than 8% of the mankind) and Manual del Proprietário (Spanish; usefull for a lot more people). The portuguese and Spanish versions of the User's Manual are available; these are the ones we can download...

Try this link. What worries me is that it is 24.2 MBytes long.

Cheers.

Re: 12C Manual on HP site...NOT!
Message #7 Posted by Scoba Diver on 21 Sept 2002, 1:34 p.m.,
in response to message #6 by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil)

You're right, Luiz, they're both available in Portuguese and Spanish, but in English, only the Solutions Manual is available.

They are large files, aren't they!!! I'm not an Adobe expert, but I do know that the Solutions Manual was scanned in at actual size, so when you print it out, it only fills a portion of the page. I'd be willing to bet that the Portuguese and Spanish manuals are the same

B.

Re: 12C Manual on HP site...NOT!
Message #8 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 21 Sept 2002, 6:40 p.m.,
in response to message #7 by Scoba Diver

Hi, Scuba!

I downloaded and printed the Solutions. It's an ASCII-based PDF, with some graphics; that's why it's smaller than the others (PO & SP), that are built with scanned images. They have no ASCII-text, so no search at all.

Final printing for the Solutions Handbook (I've been looking for it for a while) is directed to A4-size paper (210 mm X 297 mm). It fits fine.

Best regards.

Re: 12C Manual on HP site...NOT!
Message #9 Posted by Scuba Diver on 21 Sept 2002, 7:29 p.m.,
in response to message #8 by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil)

The entire manual completely fills a sheet of A4 paper?

Hmmm...maybe I should try again! I printed it on letter paper (similar in size to A4) and there was about 10 cm. margin around the text!!!!

B.

Re: 12C Manual on HP site...NOT!
Message #10 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 21 Sept 2002, 9:05 p.m.,
in response to message #9 by Scuba Diver

Hi;

I am not sure if I did not understand you or I did not express myself right. What do you mean by << The entire manual completely fills a sheet of A4 paper? >>?

The final printing contains 161 pages, A4-size. I printed mine both-sides (odd- and even-pages facing each other) and they look great.

I did not try the letter-size paper, but there is also a margin left when using the A4 (I did not measure it). I did not like the final layout, because it is ugly! And it also has some errors, like keystroke sequence different of the program code in the same program line.

I used Adobe Acrobat Exchange so I copied the complete ASCII text for the manual to a file, and I'm rebuilding it so it will fit anywhere. In fact, I want to reduce it to a size that matches the original HP12C Owner's Handbook and Programming Guide. The problem is that the images (all boxed keys are bitmap images, not ASCII characters... sob!)are not transfered, only text. I hope the final 'product' worth the job.

Cheers. And forgive my lack of English understanding...

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While lowest in number, this was the last 10C series calculator to be introduced.Thanks to ever improving technology, this was the first series in which everymodel was programmable and like other early models, the owner was introducedto programming right at the front of the manual.

The only 10C series model with a single (gold) shift key, this model concentratedon the basics. Its feature set was similar to theHP-31E except that it dropped built-in English/metricconversions (but printed most of them on the back) and added:

  • H<->H.M.S conversion.
  • Engineering display format.
  • Basic statistics (mean, linear estimate, correlation coefficient, linear regression.)
  • More storage registers (10 at startup, but registers were automatically converted to program space as needed.)
  • Programming with the requisite set of keys for conditional tests, SST, BST, INT, FRAC, GTO and MEM.
  • And like all 10C series models, it had the advantage of running for months to years instead of hours on a set of batteries. The record so far is 34 years on the original set of batteries!

Programming

As you might imagine, the programming model was quite basic. Gotos went toline numbers and there were no insertion/deletion keys. For easier editingGTO.## went to the line number rather than entering a GTO into the program.Just two conditionals were provided (x=0 and x<=y). Of course, any testcould be synthesized with those. There were no subroutines and no flags.

The HP-10C started out with 10 storage registers (R0-R9 with the statisticsfunctions also using R0-R5.) Only 9 lines of program space were reservedbut as programs grew longer, registers at the top (R9) were automaticallyconverted to program space allowing a maximum of 79 program lines with nostorage registers.

HP Key Notes

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The September-December 1982 issue of HP Key Notes introduced the HP-10C inthis way:

'Remember the HP-35A? A revolutionary concept in 1972. An 'electronic slide rule' with one register, no programming, and -- oh, yes -- a nice, soft, black leather case. All this for the 'affordable' price of $395, factory list. And, it was as hard to find at dealers as it was to get delivery from HP.

Yet . . . had the electronic computer industry gone the way of inflation instead of each generation of calculator getting more powerful and cheaper, a calculator like the HP-35 would today cost $740.

But the programmable HP-10C -- with 79 lines of program memory that can be traded off for 10 registers -- is at least 10 times more powerful than the HP-35. Just think: assuming the inflationary process mentioned above had become reality, and if the relationship between power and price were linear, the HP-10C would today cost over $7,400!

Instead of such a horrible fate, the HP-10C lists for a small percent of the HP-35's original price. So it is indeed the least expensive programmable ever produced by HP.'

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Price: $80

Introduction-Discontinuation: 1982-1984

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